Dr Rebecca Beveridge

Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellow

Pure and Applied Chemistry

Personal statement

Rebecca is a Chancellor’s Fellow and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow who joined the University of Strathclyde in June 2020. She obtained a BSc in biochemistry and chemistry from the University of Leeds in 2011 and completed her PhD at the University of Manchester in 2015. Rebecca spent 4 years at the Institute for Molecular Pathology in Vienna, Austria as a postdoctoral researcher/ Lise Meitner Postdoctoral Fellow. Throughout her career, she has collected experience in a plethora of mass spectrometry methods to study protein structure such as native mass spectrometry, ion mobility, hydrogen-deuterium exchange, and crosslinking.

Rebecca’s current research is centered around the development of native ion mobility mass spectrometry methods to study proteins and protein complexes, particularly those that are challenging to study with conventional biochemistry methods. Such systems include intrinsically disordered proteins that exist in a wide range of different shapes, and protein complexes formed by protein-degrading molecules such as PROTACs, the complex binding modes of which are challenging to delineate.

Publications

Structural proteomics methods to interrogate the conformation and dynamics of intrinsically disordered proteins
Beveridge Rebecca, Calabrese Antonio N
Frontiers in Chemistry Vol 9 (2021)
https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2021.603639
A cross-kingdom conserved ER-phagy receptor maintains endoplasmic reticulum homeostasis during stress
Stephani Madlen, Picchianti Lorenzo, Gajic Alexander, Beveridge Rebecca, Skarwan Emilio, Sanchez de Medina Hernandez Victor, Mohseni Azadeh, Clavel Marion, Zeng Yonglun, Naumann Christin, Matuszkiewicz Mateusz, Turco Eleonora, Loefke Christian, Li Baiying, Dürnberger Gerhard, Schutzbier Michael, Chen Hsiao Tieh, Abdrakhmanov Alibek, Savova Adriana, Chia Khong-Sam, Djamei Armin, Schaffner Irene, Abel Steffen, Jiang Liwen, Mechtler Karl, Ikeda Fumiyo, Martens Sascha, Clausen Tim, Dagdas Yasin
eLife Vol 9 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.58396
Native mass spectrometry can effectively predict PROTAC efficacy
Beveridge Rebecca, Kessler Dirk, Rumpel Klaus, Ettmayer Peter, Meinhart Anton, Clausen Tim
ACS Central Science Vol 6, pp. 1223-1230 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acscentsci.0c00049
A cross-kingdom conserved ER-phagy receptor maintains endoplasmic reticulum homeostasis during stress
Stephani Madlen, Picchianti Lorenzo, Gajic Alexander, Beveridge Rebecca, Skarwan Emilio, Sanchez de Medina Hernandez Victor, Mohseni Azadeh, Clavel Marion, Zeng Yonglung, Naumann Christin, Matuszkiewicz Mateusz, Turco Eleonora, Loefke Christian, Li Baiying, Durnberger Gerhard, Schutzbier Michael, Chen Hsiao Tieh, Abdrakhmanov Alibek, Savova Adriana, Chia Khong-Sam, Djamei Armin, Schaffner Irene, Abel Steffen, Jiang Liwen, Mechtler Karl, Ikeda Fumiyo, Martens Sascha, Clausen Tim, Dagdas Yasin
(2020)
https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.18.995316
A synthetic peptide library for benchmarking crosslinking-mass spectrometry search engines for proteins and protein complexes
Beveridge Rebecca, Stadlmann Johannes, Penninger Josef M, Mechtler Karl
Nature Communications Vol 11 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-14608-2
Native mass spectrometry can effectively predict PROTAC efficacy
Beveridge Rebecca, Kessler Dirk, Rumpel Klaus, Ettmayer Peter, Meinhart Anton, Clausen Tim
(2019)
https://doi.org/10.1101/851980

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